We started episode 60 with an update from last week, about copyright trolls and a horror movie. It turns out that they got the name wrong, and are claiming rights they don't have. Next up is the unusual case of a judge who sees that the law applies to him as well, and fines himself for his phone ringing.
Are Samsung infringing on a Microsoft astroturfing patent? Or are they innovating on the shill model? Microsoft are forced into an embarrassing climbdown over the start button. Finally Fox are abusing the DMCA as they send takedown notices for Cory Doctorow's new book, Homeland.
Our discussion this week was about a group of vigilante parents who play the honeytrap role to gather evidence of pedophiles and present that evidence to the Police for arrest and prosecution. Is it right? Or should it be left to the Police, who have the training?